Corcovado..more pockets...and compartments...adjustable size. Easier access to the insides too. I saw both IRL and compared..bought the Corcovado.. I use mine every time I need to go out..even as a handbag if I don't have to schlep too much around. I love mine. But remember it's my opinion..others may disagree..LOL.I usually carry a laptop, papers, notebook, wallet, several pairs of classes, phone, and sometimes snacks . I can't decide which one I want to look for - they are both so beautiful! So - is there one that seems more functional? TIA
In a nutshell..well said..ITA..Hands down... it is the Corcovado. I have both. The Jinhee is fine for carrying flatter items such as files, laptop and books. It is not great for rounder, thicker items like lunch bowls of salad, snacks, boxes, etc. The Corcovado is way deeper (almost 7" thick) wich lets you put large lunch bowls in broadways. Moreover, when you want to carry large items such as a big-monitor laptop, the turnlocks release to square the tote off at the top. What you end up with then is a carry bag that is like 17 x 13 x 6-7" (thick). HH sold it as only 4" thick. Way wrong. It is a deep, broad bag.
Also, what pockets there are on the outside of the Jinhee are stitched down the center to divide one large pocket into two smaller pockets which are slide-ins. The Corc's pockets all zip secure. I use the Jinhee on days when I want a neat, slender silhouette to carry a stack of files to a meeting.
Awww RMcC..missed you to..not the place to post what's doing in my life..thanks for thinking of me..Gingey, I miss visiting with you. I will write soon. I am just finishing a 75-hour work week tonight. Catching short posts in between when no one is around. I have my first day off tomorrow and will visit longer.